Anonymous Online Survey about Christian Faith and Mental Health

This study is an anonymous online survey about Christian faith and mental health. The researchers are interested in understanding the relationship between faith and mental health — how a person’s faith may affect the way they experience and understand symptoms of a mental health condition and seek support, and how experiencing a mental health condition may affect their faith and spiritual practices. The online survey should take approximately 20 minutes to complete. After completing the online survey, interested participants may be invited for a more in-depth interview with the researchers.

Participants may be eligible for this study if they: 1) Have had some affiliation with a Christian church or spiritual practice, and 2) Have experienced symptoms of a mental health condition. This study is being conducted online. Interested participants can access the survey at: http://hope.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_6M8EPzyAzd7WzQ1

If you have questions or would like more information, please refer to the participant consent information at the survey link. You can also contact the research team directly at finley@hope.edu. If you have questions about research at NAMI, please visit NAMI.org/research or email research@nami.org. (Posted 8-2-2020)